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Run RCT2 on a Macbook Pro Successfully?


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I will give two cookies to whoever can inform me of a way to run my Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 disc (for PC) on my MacBookPro. Not only would I be eternally grateful, the one to answer my request would have not one but two delicious cookies....baked with love.
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Install Windows on your MBP and you can run the Roller Coaster and many other games. See this LINK.
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Well, yeah...I assumed that would work. But I would looking for an application that would boot my disc...Just something a tad bit less expensive
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ah. I didn't see the link you posted originally. Thanks. Looks like there's no other alternative other than getting windows after all...
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